Last call to see MASA Galería’s Intervención/Intersección at Rockefeller Center

What was once a post office in a quiet corner of Rockefeller Center is now a portal to another universe of contorted seesaws, chain link chairs, collaged anatomies, and visualized soundwaves. Roving, Mexico City-based gallery MASA Galería has come to Midtown Manhattan with Intervención/Intersección, an exhibition featuring 60 works from 20 Mexican and Mexico-based artists, designers, and architects. The show first opened in early May. Now in early June, the show is winding down, with pieces still be on view until June 24th.

Some of the show can be spotted when entering the Center Plaza from 49th and 50th Streets: On the end closest

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